Someone Paid $81,000 to Make Out With Elizabeth Hurley at Elton John's Party

Elizabeth HurleyElizabeth Hurley has still got it going on! Enough so that one lucky gentleman shelled out 50,000 British pounds ($81,591.75 for the Americans) in order to lock lips with the Austin Powers actress.

Banker Julian Bharti forked over the cash at an auction during the Woodside End of Summer party to benefit the Elton John AIDS Foundation. The party was sponsored by Chopard and Grey Goose at Woodside in England, but no word on whether imbibements were enjoyed prior to the bidding (or kissing).

The 49-year-old bombshell (can you believe she's 49??) seemed to make sure Bharti got his money's worth, with a full-on mini make-out session! Wowza.

The invitation-only party was held in Elton John and David Furnish's Berkshire mansion's backyard, as a way to commemorate the end of summer and raise some funds for a worthy cause.

Hurley looked drop dead gorgeous in a cream mini dress and strappy sandals by Paul Andrew. She accessorized with a fur stole and upped the bling factor even further with sparkly earrings and a necklace.

Other reported famous faces as guests at the annual soiree included James Blunt, Fatboy Slim, Gary Barlow, and Chrissie Hynde, but no word on whether anyone bid over 80 grand to makeout with any of them.

How much would you pay to make out with your favorite celebrity?

 

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nonmember avatar rachel

I know it was for charity but it's still kinda whorish.

Kelly Walters

How much more money does AIDS need? My God, that disease gets more funding than heart disease and Alzheimer's put together. Sad when it is a disease that is so preventable.

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